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Thread: this is the way to go Monte Carlo

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    this is the way to go Monte Carlo

    ****ing a bubba

    this is nice

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    I'll take one. That F150 of mine might have to get a tune, though.
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    Not fond of the seating , Front are reversed and right on top of the pound zone. You can see her grab on as she's be bounced to oblivion .Guaranteed a miserable wife in the making and you can't escape the scorned look she's giving you
    machinist ,bore it deeper,ream it bigger, and lap it to a fine finish



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    Looks like fun. Great lines. Do wonder about the forward visibility though.
    "I don't have time to get into it, but he went through a lot." -Pulp Fiction

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    the forward view looked pretty good to me


    I was surprised at the turn they make in the start of the video for a double stepped hull it looked like a really tight turn
    When the sky is grey,look out to sea.
    When the waves are high and the light is dying,
    well raise a glass and think of me...
    When I'm home again,
    boys, I'll be buying!

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    Come Join Us on The Queen Of American Lakes



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